National School Counseling Week
WHEREAS, school counselors are employed in public and private schools to help students reach their full potential; and
WHEREAS, school counselors are actively committed to helping students explore their abilities, strengths, interests, and talents as these traits relate to career awareness and development; and
WHEREAS, school counselors help parents focus on ways to further the educational, personal and social growth of their children; and
WHEREAS, school counselors work with teachers and other educators to help students explore their potential and set realistic goals for themselves; and
WHEREAS, school counselors seek to identify and utilize community resources that can enhance and complement comprehensive school counseling programs and help students become productive members of society; and
WHEREAS, comprehensive developmental school counseling programs are considered an integral part of the educational process that enables all students to achieve success in school;
Therefore, I, Bill Boblett, Interim Superintendent, do hereby proclaim February 5–9, 2018, as National School Counseling Week.
William L. Boblett, Jr.
Boyd County Public Schools’ Counselors: Kelly Fox, Boyd County High School; Shelly Lemaster, Boyd County High School; Alison Bays, Boyd County Middle School; Bill Criss, Boyd County Middle School; Linda Trimboli, Ramey-Estep High School; Julie Criss, Boyd County Career and Technical Education Center; Tomi Blankenship, Cannonsburg Elementary; Kelly Deborde, Catlettsburg Elementary; Penny Fuller, Ponderosa Elementary and; Deana Sexton, Summit Elementary.